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2/3 myisam_suggest: an AutoComplete tool for MySQL fulltext indices
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As I’ve written in my previous post “1/3 Implementing an AutoSuggest feature using MySQL fulltext indices”, it’s possible to use the MySQL/MyISAM full-text index to extract search words for an AutoSuggest feature with great performance (because the index tree is used actually). This tool, called myisam_suggest, is my first implementation of this. Download Here: myisam_suggest.c [...]
1/3 Implementing an AutoSuggest feature using MySQL fulltext indices
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The MySQL full-text index Current MySQL versions provide a full-text index (FTI) which is generally used to index and search MyISAM (the default storage engine in MySQL) tables like this: SELECT id, content FROM documents WHERE MATCH(content) AGAINST ("tes*" IN BOOLEAN MODE) Internally, every indexed (text) column of a row is splitted into its words. [...]
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